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from coming to a vote until you get an answer to this. john mccain has already said he doesn't think the republicans ought to filibuster this. what will you do? you're just going to put a hold on it. >> i'm not-- >> schieffer: and what-- >> i'm not filibustering. >> schieffer: what would they have to do then to bring this to a vote? >> i want to know who changed the talking points. who took the references to al qaeda out of the talking points given to susan rice? we still don't know. richard burns, saxby chambliss discovered e-mails discussing change the talking points. i think her story after what we found out was incredibly misleading. i want to know what our president did. what did he do as commander in chief? did he ever pick up the phone and call anybody? i think this is the stuff the country needs to know. we pushed back against bush. we asked for rumsfeld to resign after iraq went to shambles. chaim not going to stop until we get to the bottom of it. >> schieffer: all right. >> if it hadn't been for the investigations and your show we would still think it was a video that caus
think the republicans will back him? john mccain said he does not favor filibuster. i wonder if graham will have the backing. one senator can hold it up. clear me up on senate procedures. have to have 60 votes, wouldn't they to break that hold? >> i think a hold can sometimes keep away a vote of any number. i think what republicans are torn about here is the fact that on the one hand, they do think they have serious questions to raise about benghazi and that the american people have serious questions. on the other hand, when you get involved in libbia, there are always going to be things that go wrong. and i think republicans are worried about polling that have shown voters in general see themmals the party that has been more obstructionist and i think one of the reasons we have seen them compromise more since the election is they want-- they want to sort of sand of sand off the rough edges of their images and they're torn between wanting to push benghazi for substantive and political reasons and not wanting to be seen as "the party of no" as they do to many americans. >> and maybe the
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